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Curriculum Overview

Students can choose from a range of over 70 modules from our Bachelor of Commerce (BComm).  A full academic workload represents 30ECTS per semester which generally equates to 6 modules. Erasmus/Non-EU Exchange/Occasional students can also take less than 30ECTS if allowed by their home university. Registration to business modules takes place on line before the start of each semester. Access to particular modules is dependent on places in class and the timetable.

Please note that not all of your first module choices may be available due to timetable clashes and module capacity issues. Before making your module selection please pay careful attention to the pre-requisites and previous learning requirements of each module

Semester 1

 

Elementary Modules
Business Plan Global Marketplace
Project Management  


This is a provisional list of modules available for 2017/18 and is subject to change.

Business modules are taught via a series of formal lectures/classes and a strong emphasis on course work outside of class, encompassing individual project work, group project work and class presentations. Each module is comprised of 2-3 hours of formal classes per week for a 12-week semester. Modules are assessed via various methods incorporating continuous assessment, project work and examinations. Formal exam assessment takes place in December and May respectively.

 

Intermediate Modules
Web Design & Analytics (please note this is an elementary module) Business & Social Enterprise
Management Accounting Wellbeing and Work
International Management Introduction to Negotiations
Service Learning (note: limited availability) Industrial Relations
Developing Future Leaders Business Analytics
Managing Business Ethics eMarketing & Social Networking
Global Business Money in the Digital Society *new*
Global Operations & Supply Chain Management Marketing: Firms, Customers & Society

 This is a provisional list of modules available for 2017/18 and is subject to change.

Business modules are taught via a series of formal lectures/classes and a strong emphasis on course work outside of class, encompassing individual project work, group project work and class presentations. Each module is comprised of 2-3 hours of formal classes per week for a 12-week semester. Modules are assessed via various methods incorporating continuous assessment, project work and examinations. Formal exam assessment takes place in December and May respectively.

 

Advanced Modules
Financial Accounting 3 Public Economics
Advanced Management Accounting Financial Institution Management
Financial Statement Analysis Treasury & Risk Management
Entrepreneurship in Action Investment and Portfolio Management
Global Industry Analysis Behavioural Finance
Managing Service Operations Human Resource Management
Supply Chain Management Managing Diversity
Applied International Business Project Foundations in International HRM
EU Policy in Business Decision Analytics
New Venture Creation & Development ICT & Organisational Innovation
Business & Global Development Business Analytics Research Project
Managing in a Cross-Cultural Environment ICT for Strategic Decision Making
Groups and Teams *new* Global Marketing
Econometrics Marketing Communications
International Money and Banking Digital Marketing
Financial Economics Marketing Negotiations

This is a provisional list of modules available for 2017/18 and is subject to change.

Business modules are taught via a series of formal lectures/classes and a strong emphasis on course work outside of class, encompassing individual project work, group project work and class presentations. Each module is comprised of 2-3 hours of formal classes per week for a 12-week semester. Modules are assessed via various methods incorporating continuous assessment, project work and examinations. Formal exam assessment takes place in December and May respectively.

Semester 2

 

Intermediate Modules
Web Design & Analytics (please note this is an elementary module) Business & Social Enterprise
Management Accounting Wellbeing and Work
International Management Introduction to Negotiations
Service Learning (note: limited availability) Industrial Relations
Developing Future Leaders Business Analytics
Managing Business Ethics eMarketing & Social Networking
Global Business Money in the Digital Society *new*
Global Operations & Supply Chain Management Marketing: Firms, Customers & Society


This is a provisional list of modules available for 2017/18 and is subject to change.

Business modules are taught via a series of formal lectures/classes and a strong emphasis on course work outside of class, encompassing individual project work, group project work and class presentations. Each module is comprised of 2-3 hours of formal classes per week for a 12-week semester. Modules are assessed via various methods incorporating continuous assessment, project work and examinations. Formal exam assessment takes place in December and May respectively.This is a provisional list of modules available for 2017/18 and is subject to change.

 

Advanced Modules
Financial Accounting 3 Public Economics
Advanced Management Accounting Financial Institution Management
Financial Statement Analysis Treasury & Risk Management
Entrepreneurship in Action Investment and Portfolio Management
Global Industry Analysis Behavioural Finance
Managing Service Operations Human Resource Management
Supply Chain Management Managing Diversity
Applied International Business Project Foundations in International HRM
EU Policy in Business Decision Analytics
New Venture Creation & Development ICT & Organisational Innovation
Business & Global Development Business Analytics Research Project
Managing in a Cross-Cultural Environment ICT for Strategic Decision Making
Groups and Teams *new* Global Marketing
Econometrics Marketing Communications
International Money and Banking Digital Marketing
Financial Economics Marketing Negotiations

This is a provisional list of modules available for 2017/18 and is subject to change.

Business modules are taught via a series of formal lectures/classes and a strong emphasis on course work outside of class, encompassing individual project work, group project work and class presentations. Each module is comprised of 2-3 hours of formal classes per week for a 12-week semester. Modules are assessed via various methods incorporating continuous assessment, project work and examinations. Formal exam assessment takes place in December and May respectively.

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